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final: 7-5 a's bruins play in boston the first pro sports event in boston since the bombings here's a cool fact every bruins player lives in the city of boston an ovation for the first responders in attendance shootout tonight! keith take a look get the son of the and joe montana. and if you want to give it a shot come on in the and coach jim harbaugh. -and it is going to be difficult for nate to be drafted. >> here, to play where my dad played. it is a blessing and a curse. but you just try to ignore all of that. we just go and. >> 42,000 fans at candlestick park. always drawing a crowd and a salute the people in boston tonight. with a scoreless mexico-peru. >> >> good night. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink p
on the loose, there is too much tentativeness. we'll kiev you developed on this. the bruins and the pe pen pengu, that game is supposed to be held tonight but we're still awaiting word, but it is very doubtful. it is not a good idea to bring that many people into one place where this guy could slip in suspect number 2 still on the loose, dzhokhar tsarnaev 19 years old of chechen decent, his brother was killed over night, but still, you cannot have someone like that still on the loose, watertown is still far from where downtown boston is it and fenway park but you cannot take that chance. scott, you would think we soul sewouldsee a real flight to cal, is that something to focus on right now? >> i think 10-year treasury has been strug serum for last 6 to 8 weeks, it is telling us we have things more important to worry about. boston is taking a little bit of our focus away. once we get back to regular trading, i think that ibm shook people today, and blackstone backing away from the dell deal. and saying what sales could be like in europe, and a small chinese slowdown, i think there is worry
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, the bruins were back on the ice against the penguins that had been postponed on friday. the bruins wore state police hats and for the game both teams wore special patches on their jerseys pop though will be auctioned off tomorrow with proceeds going to the one fund, which benefits those affected by monday's marathon bombings. the celtics also wore special patches and warm-up shirts for yesterday's playoff opener in new york against the knicks. they led after three quarters, but would only score eight points in the fourth as they fell to the knicks. game two is tuesday night before it shifts back to boston for game three on friday. fenway will be rocking again today as the red sox play a double header to make up for friday's game. like most people in boston, you're pretty pleased with the team. definitely picked a good time to go on a run. >> i just assume they won't lose for the rest of the season. that's my hope. andy, thanks so much. i do have to tell you. you heard david ortiz what he said and those people done like to use out loud. the fcc, the chairman of the fcc tweeted this. david orti
getting dominated by the bruins they turned the tables and dominated the bruins. they were due for a nail biter. that is what they got. the giants opening up a three-game set with these guys. giants down, one on for posey. homers off of hernandez, it's the equalizer. we are tied at 4. posey's second home run of the season. one on for brandon belt, who lines to left center. the game winner, and belt is your hero. 5-4 and a walk off skoon couldn't. -- walk off scenario. >> i want to be ready to hit the ball. whatever i have to do to get ready. i have worked on it all day. we we don't give up. it makes us a special team. it's a lot of fun coming out and playing baseball with these guys every day. that is what helps us come back sometimes. >> a's at boston, it was 42 degrees at first pitch. that is cold. bottom 5, red sox up 4-3. and napoli hits a grand slam off of griffin. now we are top eight. a's down 3-2. eric sogard. hits it deep. really deep. but not deep enough. a's lose the fourth in a row. 9-6 and a reminder to check out game 2 of the warriors/nuggets playoff series tomorrow, game ti
of this little boy, forever smiling for his beloved bruins and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue posterboard. no more hurting people. peace. no more hurting people. peace. our prayers are with the injured, so many wounded -- some gravely -- from their beds some are surely watching us gather here today, and if you are, know this: as you begin this long journey of recovery, your city is with you, your commonwealth is with you, your country is with you. we will all be with you as you learn to stand and walk and, yes, run again. of that i have no doubt. you will run again. [applause] you will run again. [applause] because that's what the people of boston are made of. your resolve is the greatest rebuke to whoever committed this heinous act. if they sought to intimidate us, to terrorize us, to shake us from those values that is described, that make us americans, it should be pretty clear by now that they picked the wrong city to do it. [applause] not here in boston! [applause] not here in boston! you've shown us, boston, that in the face of evil americans will lift up what's good. in
with two enduring images of this little boy. forever smiling for his beloved bruins. and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue poster board. no more hurting people. peace. no more hurting people. peace. >> today i visited with the school where those words were written. no more hurting people. peace. the neighborhood house charter school is in the neighborhood where i grew up, dorchester. and it is the richard family school. i saw martin richard's desk in the third grade classroom that he'll never return to. i saw his little sister jane's desk in her first grade classroom that she will surely return to when she recovers from the loss of a leg. and i saw the school library that would have closed down, were it not for the personal efforts of martin and jane's mother, denise, who is the school librarian. she is in a boston hospital tonight, recovering from serious head injuries. no family suffered more on monday than the richard family. and no boston institution has suffered more from the bombing than the neighborhood house charter school. i used to be a teacher in the boston public schoo
of silence in a dark "t-d garden." the game was fans at last night bruins game sang the national anthem and observed a moment of silence. the game was scheduled for friday but was postponed because the city was essentially on lock down. the bruins lost to the pittsburgh penguins 3-2. ♪ ♪ sweet caroline, things have never seemed so good. i've been inclined. >> and the at fenway park, a live performance of the sweet caroline for the 8th inning of the red sox game. neil diamond flew in and stood on the field and sang along with the crowd. more than 35,000 fans were on hand to e seat red sox hold off the kansas city royals 4-3 for a win. >>> and you can check out more of the imagines from the week -- images from the week and follow the developments at >>> and on tv be sure to catch face the nation with bob schieffer, we'll have more coverage of the boston bombing probe with deval patrick, and edward davis. that's on cbs5 at 8:30 this morning after the newscast. >>> to texas where hundreds of weary people who were evacuated because of the dead deadly fertilizer explosion, a lin
. we are waiting on this and keep you updated as well. at the boston bruins game today. they resumed playing there was a chilling national anthem will bring that to you in its entirety, later. pam? >> pam: one of those injured in the blasts was 11 year old aaron hern from martinez. hern was in surgery again this afternoon. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story. he has been in contact with his family. j.r.? >> reporter: the news from the hospital pam is good. the trauma surgeon successfully closed aaron's wounds a matter of hours ago. 11 year old aaron hern was hit with shrapnel when the bombs went off at the end of the boston marathon. he had been waiting with his father and sister for his mother to finish. his father described his injuries on his son's leg as looking like a war wound. well they likely look better than that tonight. the successful surgery means aaron will not need skin grafts. he also hasn't been able to talk because of the breathing tube that is being used. his mother told us earlier today that doctors were hoping to take that out. at this point though that has
the bruins games but public safety is first and foremost. >> bill: the turnpike is just below us and interstate 90 and train is across the way. we haven't seen a train all day and we've been out since 3:00 this morning. that turnpike would be packed on this friday? >> that is true. you couldn't get home on a friday night especially with the red sox playing. right now, safety and security is the most important thing for people in massachusetts. law enforcement personnel have done a lot of work. it's been a seamless transition from federal, state and law enforcement officials. very important to be safe. boxing the permanent trader in, terrorists in hopefully in watertown unless he slipped through. that is why i think everybody to be vigilant and diligent this is obviously very serious. >> bill: whether watertown or cambridge, big communities. backbone of boston. you citi about the city but the communities, they have such great history. >> amazing. >> bill: when the police came out earlier today and said, stay home, don't go out. if somebody knocks on your door, don't answer it unle
, the youngest victim there. he was at a bruins game. there is a bruins game today. no doubt he will be remembered there. he was a third grader who had just hugged his dad at the finish line when that first bomb exploded, having been set down by the 19-year-old allegedly and that story will continue to tumble out. his family released this statement saying this: none of this will bring our beloved martin back, or reverse the injuries that these men inflicted on our family and nearly 200 others. we continue to pray for healing and for comfort on the long road that lies ahead of every victim and their loved ones. tonight our family applauds the entire law enforcement community for a job well done and trust that our justice system will now do its job. moving forward, bill, from the family members of that beautiful little boy and just a real moment of tribute o see the pictures of all of them, young, those people whose lives were ended so tragically on monday. >> i thought the statement that came out from the security guard's boss yesterday was especially touching. this was a young
gleaming? ♪ >> a spontaneous and inspiring moment at wednesday's boston bruins hockey game. the bruins' first home game after monday's attack. the soloist let the crowd take over and sing the national anthem. a rousing and heartfelt show of support by and for the people of boston. certainly very moving there. and we saw more of that spirit yesterday. when the red sox returned to action. the one and only neil diamond showed up in person to sing sweet carolina's song usually played at red sox home games. ♪ sweet caroline >> the game featured pregame tributes to first responders, law enforcement, and a moment of silence for those who died. i want to talk about this extraordinary time in boston. and how sporting events played such a central role in all of this. terence moore is in atlanta, sports contributor to and columnist for it's good to see you. the bombing disrupted the boston marathon, you know, but you could argue the bruins and red sox have helped the city begin to heal now. tell us a little bit about how this city embraces its sports team. it's a big sports tow
, the boston marathoa itself which goes on throughouto the afternoon and the bruins had a game scheduled last night for 7:00 p.m. so it's a full day of the sports in the boston area. as you can imagine, most ofine,f those teams and players havehave sent out their tweets and theirh messages on social media after the event yesterday. ye when first bomb went off, thethe red sox team had just ended about an hour earlier and onlyre about a mile away from where it took place. this is very,took very close tol everybody that was affected, obviously, in the sporting sporg community. the celtics sent out this tweet last night. they had a game that was that wa supposed to go on today. toda they say the celtics family sen out the thoughts and prayers to those affected by today's tragedy. out of respect to those who have been impacted by today's tragic events, the april 16th gameril has been canceled.been canc and everyone with the bruin brun organization is with the city of boston and all of those who have been affected by the tragedy. and this comes from brooklyn ouk of a ak demiof academy of music. dar
will be remembered. a boston bruins fan. attending a hockey game at the bruins home ring, the td garden. he will also be remembered like this, a faithful boy who regularly attended church with his family and friendly and smart, too as his school said in a statement. martin was a bright, energetic young boy who had big dreams and high hopes for his future. we are heartbroken by this loss. martin's relatives took to twitter to write about the 8-year-old. one cousin saying i love you, martin. you will be in my mind forever and ever. and martin will also be remembered this way, from an aunt on twitter writing martin, you were the sweetest, funniest boy. i'm going to miss you so much. but now you are an angel. gary tuchman, cnn, boston. >> one life taken way too soon here in boston on monday. he was a bruins fan. there is talk about whether sports can transcend what happened here. from hockey to baseball, the yankees and red sox rivalry. yankees stadium in the bronx, wig night last night. the home team offering a moment of silence and prayer for their rival city, specifically for young ones like martin an
got chills watching that. last night barely a few notes sumg before bruins fans joined in showing boston doesn't know how to back down. got to wonder how the attack could change the fan experience, the way we deal with sports. to talk about that let's bring in the legendary sportscaster bob, a man i grew up watching and perhaps in my mind the greatest sportscaster boston has ever known. >> i'm fine. i'm waving at everybody who comes by and blows their horn. >> everybody knows you. sports has been a way to get away from the outside world and you get wrapped up in the game and in the last couple of decades we've seen crime scandals and drug scandals coming into the sanctuary and this scandal seems to take it to another level. you see the bruins moment a way to beat back the pain and when yankee fans are singing "sweet caroline," that's a way to beat back together and in a way the sanctuary has been kind of violated and it's hard to go back to all of that. what do you think about that? >> it's a very interesting question and speculation. no, i think that's not going to be the case. i
and the boston bruins game today. really pictures all of san francisco oakland and berkeley all being on locked down. that was essentially what it was like for hours every since last night up about 3:00 this afternoon, that was what it was like for people there at boston area >> once again outside at&t park in san francisco, the giants getting ready to play tonight. coming to tonight's game to get there early, they're going through a long security check point here. they're using waunds to check the fans as they go in. they want to do everything they can to make sure the people stay safe. >> we are also told that there is going to be a moment of silence tonight for the victims of the boston marathon bombing and also as you know the 26-year-old mit security officer shot literally last night which set off this whole train of events which led to the death of one of the suspects and the capture of the other suspect. also, a moment of silence to remember the little boy martinez who was seriously injured. aaron is recovering, we are told that there is some good news what doctor were able to do to patc
of boston . the red sox and bruins will be rescheduled. the socks were set to play the royals, and the penguins were in town to play. the giants and their fans paid tribute to boston tonight. >> the sweet caroline is the music they play and sing at all red sox games. now to the action on the field, 1-1 with the padre in the 3rd, and the giants are up 2-1. baumgartner, it's tied, 10 strike-outs, two each, until the bottom of the 9th, and look at angel, so torres is home, and the injuriance have giants win. the a's with a road win, and they are on the road in tampa bay with jose singling up the middle. we keep bringing up the six wins over houston. the a's are off to a good start because houston is in the american league west, and bad night for anderson, spraining his right ankle. the rays beat the a's. in 2007 the warriors received good news, curry named the nba player of the month, and you have to go back to 1990, chris mullin, to find a warrior so honored. the all-time .3 king. their opening is 2:30 tomorrow with denver. >> [ inaudible ] >> the best team will win it. that's
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and the game resumed. the bruins led in the second quarter five to two... but the spartans fought back hard with maddie rearden leading the team with some great offense. despite their tactics... the spartans lost to the bruins with a final score of fifteen to eight. that's about it for sports this week back to you guys. that'll do it for now. thanks for watching. be sure to check us out on facebook by searching 's-j-s-u update news.'
at events like marathons? i'll ask an expert. >> in the wake of a terror attack, the boston bruins and celtics game. pacers game was also cancelled. before i come to you i want to ask what was your reaction to bill's assessment of what went on today? >> it was an interesting assessment and one of the big questions of who was responsible. and these devices appear to have been quite rudimentary. they were not huge bombs. did they get a lot of training? it doesn't seem to be the case. >> dan, sporting fixtures already being cancelled in the wake of this. probably more out of respect than anything else. but going forward this is going to change the way that america puts on big sporting events for quite a while won't it? >> today's events, specifically tonight's games with the celtics and bruins, we have two issues. is it safe to play tonight? is it the right thing to do? and do you have the resources to keep any open course safe? you have is it the right thing to do from a public perception. that's today's issues. and going forward there is a number of topics that have to get addressed
enduring images of this little boy, forever smiling for his beloved bruins and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue poster board-- "no more hurting people. peace." even when it hurts, even when our heart aches, we summon the strength that maybe we didn't even know we had and we carry on. we finish the race. ( applause ) we finish the race, and this time next year on the third monday in april, the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon. ( cheers and applause ) >> reporter: the president also brought an inspirational message, scott, to those crippled by the bombings. you will stand, he said, you will walk, and you will run. maybe next year, scott, and for some, maybe sooner. >> pelley: major, thank you. the president also addressed the bombers themselves from the pulpit. he called them small, stunted individuals, and said, "we will find you." now, in the little texas town named west, the devastation today is so great, that authorities cannot say how many have died. at least 160 people were injured whe
have been glued to this. now, that can be changed, and you can bet, if the bruins and red sox are back in action tomorrow, the tvs are back to sports, people back to their live, and that's what they are celebrating, shep. >> they are. just around the corner, craig, thank you very much. you know, it was so severe that they stopped taxi cab service today. when it was time for the red sox to play at fenway and the bruins to skate, it didn't happen. the city was still in lock down until how the mayor came down, and they were lifting it, but had not found the second suspect, did did not know whether they would, and minutes later, got the word he was @%rrounded, and, tonight, of course, he's in custody and at beth i israel hospital. the investigation is just beginning. where's the fbi go from here? what about motives? another look of cheering in the streets on this night of celebration in boston. [cheers and applause] usa, usa, usa, usa, usa! [cheers and applause] >>> let's go boston! let's go boston! >> 22 minutes past midnight in boston where the second boston marathon bombing suspect is n
you will see a amazing turnout of support. it will be unlike you ever seen. look at the bruins game, everybody, 17, 5, strong, singing our nation's anthem. that is the type of people we have here in massachusetts and especially bruins fans. bill: we'll show that in a moment to our viewers. back to the question, do you think this is a point that changes the way we live? >> of course, of course. every time you're in subway and at a large sporting event. people have to be diligent and observeant you have to speak up and. you have cowards out here trying to kill us, trying to change our way of life, and we need to fight back. bill: senator, thank you. now a fox news contributor. great to have you with us for a story like this. senator scott brown here in his home state and the town of boston. we want to take a look at the service in the holy cathedral. the president will be there in moments. we'll see president obama and the first lady. we also expect former governor mitt romney to be in attendance in that speech and that ceremony gets underway here in downtown boston. meantime boston i
, please just let him know i am here. >> this is also how martin will be remembered. a boston bruins fan, attending a hockey game at the bruins' home rink. and he'll also be remembered like this, a faithful boy who regularly attended church with his family and friendly and smart too as his school said in a statement. martin was a bright, energetic young boy with big dreams and high hopes for his future. we are heartbroken by this loss. martin's relatives took to twitter to write about the 8-year-old. one cousin saying i love you, martin. you will be in my mind forever and ever. and martin will also be remembered this way from an aunt on twitter writing, martin, you were the sweetest, funniest boy. i'm going to miss you so much, but now you are an angel. >> still so unbelievable. gary tuchman joins me now. you were just at a candle light vigil for martin and the other victims. >> that's right, anderson. the vigil came to an end at the top of the hour. it was really amazing because it was word of mouth and there were probably between 1,000 and 1,200 people in this park only about five minu
how martin will be remembered. a boston bruins fan, attending a hockey game at the rink. he will also be remembered like this, a faithful boy who regularly attended church with his family. and friendly and smart, too, as his school said in a statement. martin was a bright, energetic young boy who had big dreams and high hopes for his future. we are heartbroken by this loss. martin's relatives took to twitter to write about the eight-year-old. one cousin saying, i love you, martin. you will be in my mind forever and ever. and martin will also be remembered this way, from an aunt on twitter writing, martin, you were the sweetest, funniest boy. i'm going to miss you so much. but now you are an angel. >> it's still all so hard to believe, gary tucker joinds me now. you were at a vigil for the victims tonight in dorchester. >> it was very moving because it was entirely word of mouth. early this afternoon there was no word of any vigil. it turns out tonight between 1,000 and 1200 people showed up to seek solace with each other, comfort with each other and honor all three of the people who d
>>> this happened after the red sox the bruins game tonight another grouping where you're going to have 17,000 people, that has been canceled. oto wa and bruins tonight that has been canceled, they're not going to have it. the commissioner of the boston police force just said that they may bemeotg toit. blowingey thiv the course of a couple of hourss and that is the concern and that is what they're watching out for and they're making sure. there's no indication that would happen, however, he said those words sphwhrks i. >> in large part what he is referring, in the aftermath, people dropped what they had and left, they ran away from the scene, they left behind duffleul bags and backpacks, thing of that nature.ture anything that was picked up after that, it has gone throughh and it is being treated as if it might possibly have somethingthg that is why they may end up going through those andd determine whether or not there's a device related bag or not?t? all right, let's reset for you here at 5:00 this afternoon on marathon monday on patriots day. the city of boston has
before the became. >> sporting events in boston are canceled for another day. last night's bruins game was called off and a celtics game tonight is rescheduled. the red sox will play their away game in cleveland. >> the boston police have a 15 number to call to reunite with family members and the number is on the screen. it is also on our website at abc7 news cop. >> people in boston are pitching in to help those affected bit bombing, hundreds offering to host them in their homes for free, offering a bed or a couch or a ride, right now through google drive. you can show your support for the people affected bit bombings by sharing this badge on your facebook page, you can see what it reads "our hearts go out to everyone in boston and each person with loved ones running in the boston marathon." share the badge by going to we will bring you continued coverage of the bombings. our reporter is in boston with live reports going later today here on abc7 news and she will tweet updates for you. we have a slide show of the bombing aftermath on our website and
boston. red sox. bruins. celtics. of course, a marathon called boston. what is a city to do when a happy, joyous event gets twisted into a nightmare. there is still going to be remembering. >> people are coming to take pictures of it because there was a bombing here. i mean, it might not be remembered anymore as the historic boston marathon it's the marathon that had the boston bombing. >> that reality may be harder to shake. boston sports writer and broadcaster. >> we are the hub of the universe, i just don't think this becomes any kind of defining event. it might be associated with the marathon for a long, long time. but it won't be attached to our city. >> and do you know what that is? regular folks, not celebrities, but wheem with lives to live do just that. >> anything else? >> today it was people like michelle who was back at work serving up abbotts frozen custard, now in its 111th year. and this inspector switching tracks for the boston transit trollies. >> one, two, three, team! >> and the mcats, also known as the girl's softball team. it's about not being stopped from getting on
inning. oakland wins 7-5. >>> bruins in boston for the first time since the attacks. back in bean town tonight. >>> and joe montana's son nate got a workout in santa clara. >> he played for four colleges, right? he bounced around, looking to get playing time. >> you see the resemblance. cute smile. [ laughter ] >> 11:00, over on kpix 5. ,,,,,, you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month
to sports and a moving tribute in boston. the bruins took on buffalo in the first sporting event to be held in boston since the boston marathon bombing. before the game, the capacity crowd joined together. ♪ oh say does that star bangled banner yet wave ♪ >> a touching tribute there last night. i'm richard lui. this is "early today." just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> recapping this morning's top story a massive and deadly explosion at a texas fertilizer plant. one official describing the damage as similar to iraq and the oklahoma city bombings. it's still developing but here's what we know right now. police saying between 5 and 15 people killed and at least 160 injuries. the explosions happened last night in the city of west, there in texas, about 20 miles north of waco. and 66 years ago to the day, this all too eerie. yesterday's "the new york times" front page in 1947 detailed another texas blast. this one in texas city, killing hundreds and injures thousands of others. >>> an arrest has been made in the murder of a texas district attorney, kim lee william
-throated rendition of the national anthem at the bruins game came as no surprise. ♪ over the ramparts >> reporter: bostonians have always worn their patriotism on their sleeve or on their chest. peter rinig prints t-shirts for a living. what's the importance of the t-shirt? >> to say who you are. >> reporter: this shirt bears a simple message in a city where today there are no degrees of separation. >> everybody in the city knows each other. i think that's what makes boston boston, you know? >> reporter: he knew crystal campbell, one of the three people killed in the attacks. some of the money from the t-shirts will go to her family who today met with president obama. >> your daughter crystal was always smiling. ♪ >> reporter: at the interfaith service, mayor thomas menino, recovering from a broken leg, personified his city as he stood to speak -- wounded but determined. >> because this is boston. a city with courage, compassion, strength that knows no bounds. >> reporter: you could see its strength in the arms that reached out to rescue and comfort. one man literally giving the shirt off his b
as they leave and celebrate that the search is finally over. >>> as you heard, the red sox and bruins both postponed games. tonight, though, giants fans had to deal with their own security. and it caused a lot of them to miss the start of the game. nbc is live outside the park. they had the warning though. they said come early. >> reporter: well, that's right. they said they stepped-up security because of what happened in boston this week. but it didn't go exactly as the team had planned or had hoped. >> do you guys have any cell phones? any keys in your pockets? >> reporter: as the first group of fans entered at&t park each person was scanned with a metal tee tenting wand. a measure usually not in place. >> we've done this for high profile events. and it's the responsible and prudent thing to be doing now given what's happened in our country this week and what happened in boston. >> i don't mind. something new, but we got to do it. >> reporter: but by first pitch, at 7:05 the ballpark wasn't even half full. and thousands of fans were still outside waiting to get in. at one point the line
of the brave ♪ >> boston bruins fans belting out the national anthem wednesday night. and in baseball stadiums all over the country, including yankee stadium, the fans were singing "sweet caroline," the song red sox fans sing at fenway park. >> even the yankees. >> let me ask you a question, after the bombings, spectators, personnel, runners, they all ran toward the trouble instead of away. boston should be proud of themselves. >> absolutely. were not ally bostonians but the majority were. it was remarkable to see people run towards those that were hurting and distressed instead of cowering and fleeing, which would have been understandable. the first responders, the police, the doctors and the nurses, the firefighters. 340nding ourselves that three new york firefighters walked into the jaws of hath on september 11 -- hell on september 11. they are all public employees who take a beating all the time. it is nice to see them recognized for the kind of courage most of us would only wish for. >> there were runners that kept running to go give blood. there were runners that were doctors at the hosp
, but people are getting back to their routines. >> reporter: over the weekend the boston bruins gave the jerseys off their backs to honor first responders. and at fenway park -- >> what an honor it is for me to be here today. >> reporter: neil diamond made a special appearance to lead the crowd in "sweet caroline." ♪ sweet caroline >> reporter: at hospitals, dozens are still recovering and better news comes each day. >> we are happy to report the amputation patients are nearly completed, and these patients are starting the process of both physical and mental reb habitation which is really going to be the next step in their care. >> reporter: as of tonight 48 remain hospitalized, two in critical condition. not far from here the students of boston university are preparing for a memorial service for grad student lu lingzu who was killed during last week's attacks. brian? >> what a terrible week in boston. katy tur there tonight. thanks. >>> much of the focus of the investigation now concerns the region of the world where these accused brothers once lived. specifically what the older b
to the streets of boston yesterday where he was so badly injured. shawn thornton of the boston bruins gave him an autographed hat and a boston police officer took this pine off his uniform and gave it to the little boy -- pin off his uniform and gave it to the little boy. >> i cannot say much about how -- how amazing the staff at children's hospital was. >> aaron has had two surgeries for shrapnel wounds to his legs. he's still undergoing treatments in boston but should be clear to return back to the bay area next week. >>> we now have more information about a suspicious object discovered early this morning in the east bay. a spokesperson for the alameda bomb squad tells ktvu it was a grenade that was found. it was found at 40th avenue and international boulevard with no parts. a person walking down the street first spotted it. police were alerted a they shut down the intersection. the police determined there was no danger and then reopened the roads. >>> hayward police are searching for suspects in a drive-by shooting. it happened off tennyson road. police say two suspects in a car pulled up
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. >>> and the marathon is also affecting other major sporting events in boston. the nhl postponed the bruin home game against the senators, the nba cancelled tonight's celtic game against indiana. >> a lot of tough friends. i got a number of tweets, the finish line is such an important part. it's a holiday. so many run the race and their loved ones like that young boy from martinez is there to cheer mom on. a lot of people run for charity, and where it happened was just the worse. >> the happiest day to the saddest day. >> so many train to run that marathon, that's where it ended, so close. >> it makes people so angry. >>> let's turn to weather and bring in lawrence. >> blustery around the bay area, not as windy. mostly clear. temperatures are chilly in spots. let's get you out there. 37degrees in the napa valley, 42 livermore, 43 san jose, 52, wind into fairfield. a wind advisory continues into the central valley through the carquinas strait. breezy for the bay area, not as windy as yesterday. you've got high pressure trying to build behind the low causing winds to kick up around the bay area. still
showdown between the boston bruins and montreal canadiens. galchenov and here he teams up with michael ryder. >> montreal gets a 2-1 win over boston. >> we've got resurgent rangers and collapsing carolina. second period of this one. scoreless on the power play. stepan, his 13th goal of the season. power play big for new york. >> rick nash starting to heat it up on the power play. this is what they expected to start the season, and this is what they need to finish it. >> story in this one. henrik lundqvist. john tortorella said, quote, best i've seen him play. 48 saves on the day. new york wins, 4-1. to the west, chicago blackhawks and nashville
of the boston marathon. officials are re-examining schedules and security measures. the bruins opted not to play at home tonight. officials spent much of the afternoon asking people to avoid large gatherings. thens players return to performances are to begin a voluntary off-season workouts. they do not know where they will start the 2013 season. the league does not plan on releasing the schedule tomorrow. number 97 had quite a scare on the way to his workout this morning. another car hit his, spun him 180 degrees and pushed his car into a ditch. he did not suffered any injuries. we do not know how many sunday night games the ravens will play this coming season, but we will not see if they felt -- faith hill. she has ended her six-year run as the featured performer. the show's producer thank her for her work over the past six seasons, but did not indicate who they plan to use for the sunday night's show open. your seven-er has day forecast straight ahead. >> things are starting to moderate a little bit. >> mild temperatures for most of this week. a mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow with a chanc
was on the mound and ryan zimmerman nice defense. jordan earns a win. the nats defeat the marlins. tonight's bruins home game against the senators was postponed due the tragedy at the boston marathon. the celtics have canceled tomorrow's game with the pacers. >> brian is back to wrap things u67 -- up. >> connect your camera, along with your smartphone and tablet. all your devices connected by one simple plan on the powerful network. record video. connect more. so you can do more. the share everything plan from verizon. add additional devices like the samsung galaxy camera for $5 monthly access. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, before we leave you tonight a quick recap on the deadly explosions at the boston marathon. three people now dead. 130 injured. after two separate bla
marathon, bruins postponed tonight's home game against the ottawa senators. boston celtics scheduled to play the pacers tomorrow night cancelled that game. another tradition is red sox playing at fenway their game ended an hour before the explosion but they were still at the ballpark when it all happened we have video of the team arriving in cleveland for a three game series. they would not comment on camera about the bombings several players tweeted their condolences. >>> zimmerman, wearing 42 today honouring jackie robinson. he had no homers going into the game against miami until this, his first of the season maybe this is sparking his at bat. jordan zimmerman hits a complete game nats win 10-3. >>> wizards playing their second to last game of the season. black wreaked havoc on his former team, 20 points, 11 rebounds, they fought hard but lost tonight 101-106. >>> time to reel this week's toyota game of the week. go to usa today high
. the national hockey league postponed last night's bruins game. the two teams play at boston's td bank garden which is two miles from where the bombings occurred. >>> meanwhile, the boston red sox arrived in cleveland to start their series against the indians monday evening. the team had just wrapped up its annual patriots day game at fenway park when the attack happened. >>> and a boston area athlete is being hailed as a hero for his actions in the wake of the bombing. this is former new england patriot joe andruzzi carrying a woman badly injured in the blast. andruzzi is cancer survivor and organizes a team to race in the marathon every year. andruzzi has three brothers, firefighters that responded to the world trade center on 9/11. when we return, a recap of our top story. we'll take you back to boston for more on the deadly bombings at the marathon. it also repels most ticks before they can attach. the leading brand kills, but doesn't repel. a tick that isn't repelled or killed may attach and make a meal of us. get veterinarian recommended k9 advantix ii! by the armful? by the barrelful?
. en el hockey sobre hielo de nhl informÓ que el partido programado entre los bruins de boston y los senadores ottawa fue postergado tras las explosiones que tomaron lugar en la recta final de la marato Ón, el duelo se llevarÍa a cabo en el td garden de boston. asi mismo se confirmo que en el basquetbol, los celtics recibÍan la visita esta noche de los pacers de indiana, partido que ya que fue cancelado. los deportistas de todo el mundo se unen para enviar su apoyo a las personas que vivieron este terrible acontecimiento. mientras tanto anoche solo dos equpos del area jugaron. en las grandes ligas jordan zimmerman lanzÓ un partido de seis hits, para su tercera victoria de la campaÑa, y los nacionales jugando en miami se recuperaron de un mal fin de semana para vencer anoche 10-3 a los marlins. ryan zimmerman bateÓ su primer jonron y tuvo cuatro empujadas para liderar una producciÓn de 16 hits por washington. zimmermann ponchÓ a seis y necesitÓ solamente 102 lanzamientos para el segundo juego completo de su carrera. los nacionales fueron barridos en tres juegos en casa por lo
that the boston bruins here are going to play hockey tomorrow night. which will be a big gathering here and obviously, a lot of tears will be shed in that arena in that place, again, one of the quint herbally boston place, but again, because we learned so much about these individual victims, just profoundly disturbing, but still, a lot of signs of resilience and that this community is determined to continue on. chris? >> ron allen from boston. thank you very much. let's go to charles pierce from esquire magazine who joins us from newton, mass. i really liked the piece you wrote today. it looks like with the bruins back that some sense of normalcy tomorrow in boston as life starts to get back up and back to normal. obviously, the area in the middle, in downtown is still going to be closed off, but some beginning creeping signs of normalcy as the city enters a mourning period now that we know who exactly has died. >> an unfortunate way to put it. it isn't significant though, the area that will be closed off. this is the center of the city. this is the center of tourism. this is where ever
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